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','. PERRY. ' Una Mid Nr.
tttanky Jin. 5th 1905
Dob Winchester offers the
l'roNynli'iij, for tins engage
Ilicfll yiviy (ll(! ljOWCSt novelty
muni Only Ihb'ft'bKeal nbvcly
in exlritvagiiirn ,
t uu inu mil irnur ijano
;"Xii- York t.. .Hoslbil, or the
'i8earohljghl'' on thu Soumt.
All Star VmiUevillo
,tet;f l bo Hot
i Thu .speeiiil .I'.j.UOO SpocttictilarJ
i The Birth of tlfo United States
or the Declaration of Inde
pendence, lnhniiiifiii'' dUs Hello Wil-
)i, Muette Sulliorlnnd nit I
UuGen no-oo of
J Jus act "(done is worth the
J THfi SOUTHERN J8URLET-
i "TAVOUR 'GEORGIA ROSE.
' Prices 25, 35, 50' 75 cts.
TO BE ERECTED
Work Btgun on New Build
ing to Cost $1,100,000
Wall Street's Fiaancial District to
Wave an hlegant Fire' 'Proof
btructure-of Lime. Stone
Xew York, Jan.o. U'alJ .Streel'H
tianeial ilUlrict is to lmvu a, new
usehunge. FoiiuilutionS luivo been
Uitfiin lor u buildiiijr oi lninuhtiiL
iM'tru )' t Ci-ii-o.idateil Stock
unit reUoieuni Exehaiiee, to stand
on tlie. bunllit'UjL coruir oC ltroad
nid Beaver utieel.t, , two- , blocks
bpttlli oi' the New Yoik toek lix
diange. .The location of the new
stnictuie is attracting much attcii-.
ti6u .because it niarks the beg-jji-
ililiK oi the exnaiision ol tlio Iiiian-
cliil dUlriel "in' "a new diicclion
will jm'tf a decided impetus to tlie
ucVuIuinncnl of lower llioad street.
Tho pr'ju liaid tor tlio site is re-
.'ki.i i.. i i jcni nun
purled to have been .suiuuu, jtho coining year., Tho Insurance
vfllich together with the .ftlUOjOOO lor. quest Ion was held ocr until tho next
Hre ,'fctrutuie ils-elt. aviII hriujf the .meeting jf tho board. Sower In
tolal expenditure up to .fl,100,0U0. i specter George Ilium reported that a
The exterior of the building; wilt great amount of papers and rubljlsli,
1m of ituicsvbno'on a 'hase of y;ruu- "f various kinds U being thrown upon
i(l', to'iiped by 'a dou;o :!0 feet in 'he streets by tho Italian and Greek
dmiie(erand'urioundeu by 10 mas- f"- niereliants." and although they
stve' ioii'kj i-eiumns. 'Tlio interior '!,vc .1,con ofered to stop the practice
itfll be i.rotected from file by the,
siitcst jnethoils of fireproof con
struction, the specifications calling
fUr tlie u-jc of iiiibut liable 'hollow
tllc? biich ns .forms tlio floors and
uaVl'itioiis of kyrai)er.s and other
build,ings wliicji npist bu absolutely
sale from file. I
'ti'ive feel above the Hioad Slieot
IdVfl will bo the bourd loom, (each
fit; by stein nmiiiug tlui eiiliro 3(0
feet m thai fido uhd siynjr .access
to the iiiiUibgrs.'' ciitr.iituv.s through
thjee lalg d.opir llic tuidins
ffilor will be 'U5 by, S'2. fuel., giving
urn ill eu of 'about 7,0i)(j'biiiare'fcot.
Tlio room Avill be- uni'iiually well"
itililcd by a entral skyliulit tloine.
'$ Beaverv street ido wjll consjsl
olj four I'loo'iS ' which wHl'bo de
Aolcd to1 tiie Kxeliango ' Clearing
lfpiiso uiitl iuailer for the offiteis
jijltl committees. Tlio greater pari
oJ"; tlii 'baisonieiit will bu lined as a
i0,4tuiu;iint, barber sjiop, etc.
,fu peaking of lliu new building
Prciduiit .hnld of the Consolidated
Kxelialige said:"' 'The lcn oj-' piil
iiHg P 'and' occupying a hlnictiiiu
of our own has met with the un
ajinluuH, approval of lie ' boiui'l.
Aye have been heio fl Hioatlwav
aW1 Kxuliniitfo l'liiec for over Iwen-
t.vi."eais, but 'iio 'building sl-unil
oil ' leasehold ' giiiuiid,' ami lliuro,
HPcnis to he every mason why wi
f-liuutil arrapgo lo own
lhie tTiiirtk' "til aljoluft! cOutrtl uCMho greatest losr. wiU stioreli Thurs
our jafnigrly." ,fc ' ' dr,X nlsht, when d(,gK 'Jot Into a
;; pjOT PRESSED VEU-UM
This Is a licavltl'wl Btationory first intrajhtttrt iut Marion , by 11:1, Jar
tb'a oxdbiisIyo for ordinary letter wrltliw until now'. ' t " s
u M ojUylWo, oj ,-Uiqir ,pji
e 1 '
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In r ryrxri:
iii ..r" 1 .a iti.i uri tr j i t f ii. -,!-. a
1:1,1-J-tHlP I'll ,1
The Feature of Features
u aii-? i
On the Disposal Plant for
BOARD OF THE OPINION
That Two Thousand Dollars
is a Sufficient Amount
uompiainB cgi8.ou Ba.u
Who Throw Rubbish on Streets
.Tho lJonid of Public Service hold Its
icgulur Boml-inonthly meeting' laft
n.Bht. The neotlnk was attended by
President 6. A. Uusard and Member
.. . i. i . &
The report of the mieprlentondont
of the disposal plaint was read, show.,
lug that five barrels of night soil,
right barrel of oiral and 2!l() barrels
of garbage were, handled at tho plant
during tho Moi,tU of December.
,A lonimuulcatlqn from j:. H. Roby.
of Lancaster, relatlvo to the proio.
Hilton to nlaco waste .naner boes on
Siiion 10 piace asic.apu doxls on
thc principal streets oi thc city. wai
rend ami plated on file. Mr. Hoby
will bo In tho city within a few days
ami talk over the- question with tle
nicmbeis of the board. Thc plan of
Mr. Uo by is to place several du7.cn
waste paper bo.c3 on tho principal
streets. Tree of charge to tho illy,.
...ovIdlnLr bo Is ncruiltlLMl lo sell ad-
ortMng space on the boxes. Tho
plan has been adopted and found
- ' " ' r
sat Isfactory In ninny clticH In the
On, motion liy .Mr. Alorganthalor,
tho, clerk waa ordered to rc-olvc hlds.
for a saiulstono sidewalk on Dlaluo
aveii:o fron) tho present, terminus
ISO feet pontli oi the west side, and
alia for ti storm sower and erllar
drain for the 1.1M10 distance, fllils
will also be received for Hldownlkx
" cast side or i.atoureitc street
from Ucnuctt to Vork streets ami on I
St. Alary street from Silver to Tally
Tho question of renewing the In
surance on tho garbage and sewage
disposal plant was taken up. Kor
llio past, year, the city has had tho
'"""plant insured for ?G.O00, This ampimt
,,u'1 jls regarded as oxccsslvq by ,the mopi,
bora of tlio board and It Is not be
lieved thnt over ?2,0U0 of. lnsuEaneo
will be enrr. I on the jilant .during
,,0' 'vo not uomo.to. Tlio Inspector
was told to bring tho guilty partlos
beforo the mayor If tlicy eonllnuo to
irnngresa the ovdliniieci.
After allowing bills .to the amount
of ?II2, fJirHronrd adjounicil.
Heal'th Officer Lutz rer.orted tbo
'idly In a much lmprov(l .condition
at tlio mcvtlng of (be board of health
following. IKi oxpcctfi lo have, all
contagious dboascs rclpas.5(l fiom
iiuarantlnu vJthln tho next fow days.
Tho officer also ropurtcd that consid
erable trouble! Is boltijr oxperloiiced
u many sections of tho elty on ae.
(xjunt of tlio high water which tho
storm sewers havo failed to carry
SEVENTY SHEEP ' '
. KILLED BY DOGS
Out of the Fine Flock Owned
by W; L. Gut.hery
Sheep were Fattened and Heady for
Market and wrrc to Have Been
Shipped Next Monday.
t .ci'pJilllln;; dogs have, been ieur
lug ha)o among tho flocks of llg
lanil township fariiierti since last
September. Tho latest 11ml ncrhaiiH
A Model Frm-r
NftriMfi Oeutity, OtH.
JbrbmiaiiBirklev, Kenton, O.
R.if.n.Xo r t,(1 inn tJ m
I For thc past six yearg ,s freo
catarrh after 20 years suffering. The
Common Sense Catarrh Cure his rem-
cUy Read ,1,s statement of the facts:
, ' Kenton, O., Nov. 1.
Common Sjso Catarrh Curo which
"iroti me entity from catarrh of nose,
iiiitirtv,- muiuutu miiii ninths wicn Dron-
ei,ltls. niKnnf n,Xnh .,,'i l.'lr"
nearly lost. Chn tralv nay my cure i
permanent, noiy; pt thaifivrnptoms have
ver returned, my sensed hearing was
1r,(vst.0J0(1, 1!C l5'ric? cnJVcd best M
c frjfP 'lindX cvf
.i Very gratefully, Jkre.miah DaWlry.
I ., , ?'
. Ma1y farn,,cr? R"'lfc'. titim catarrh
for fcars wJthout knowing what
remedy to uso. Address The Common
Sense Drug Mfg. Co., Spr.agficld, Ohio.
Sole manufacturers of tbo following
The Common Sense Catarrh Curt.
The Common Senso Pile Cure.
J8 Common Sonte Special Liver Pills.
I? ! rJTn.$E. SPAtcitl rvlne .
! S.nA"" ""dac N.'3'Cur.
buiuiiion annsi rnwflrm neifir nturkiw
euros tho worst blood diseases.
W will sell anO recounnond the,
Straycr Uroi, Marlon, Ohio.
flock of 2,"0 sheop owned by W. I,.
Guthrlo In tho southwestern por
tion of thc township, and killed 70.
Tho damage to the remainder of the
flock was also very heavy by roison
of the fright ami running, many of
tho animals being snagged and torn
nhor.t the body, I' .it finally o-ciplng.
These sheep, worn being fnttenod,
and wore to have been shipped Alon.
day of next week, so Air. Guthrie's
loa Is not hi money entirely.: his
labor having been partially wasted
The juattur so angered tins farmers
In that' vicinity that It wis decided to
hold ir dog hunt. Acioidjngly Friday
afternoon, about twciity.nvo well
armed farmers scorned the southwest
ern part of the township and exam
ined 'nil dogK in thnt nelgliborhood.
Tho clogs mid It Is believed that there
were at Jeabt a half dozen-wcro
tincod across the river Into s Green
Camp township, where their trail
Tills last occurrence has wrought
tho sheop owners of tho neighbor,
hood up considerably, ami they have
determined to mako every effort tp
ilud (he il(gs that arc deelmatjng
their flocks. To this end they have
offered a reward of $100 for tho cap.
jtnro of the dogs, or for evidence that
will prove whoso dogs arc guilty. 1
Hows This ?
We offer Olio Uuiidrud Uollurh
Kgnilid ,1'iit' any ease of Catanli
that caiiut be cuied by Hall's Ca-
f 1111 It Cine.
V. .. CirKN'KY & CO., Toledo, O.
We. the iimlorMiriied. huvu known
H. 1 ci r.... il... I... i ir.
i. , 'iivm.t iui niu yist aj buiil.
and believe lu'm perfectly honorable
ill liil busines transactions and fin
ancially able -to carry out any ob
'igatiiiiLs inaile by h'i firm.
AValiliii',"i Kiiiuaii & Marvin,
Wioli'-j;ile I Jruggisb.
llallV Ciitanh Cutu is taken iu
Icrually aetin;j,judireelly upon Ihe
blood and mucous isiiiTaees of the
system. Tf(iintiiiit.ls scnl flee. Price
70 ecu's pur boltle. ,Sofd by all drug
rbMs. 'Puke Hull's. Family, Pils for C011
dipalinn. Alis. Austin's fiuiioiiH I'aucako flour
made from tho three great tilurfa or
llfo, wheat, corn and rho.
M-itue, ,'ni). ,r. A voru vjuynltlu
Miv'liU tliiie. wasjield. at (he, homo of
Mr. and Ais. d, A. L. AliukwRh,
.Monday ovenlng, Decombor ;iHt,
whbn c(issc:j Not. 7 and 8 of tfiu Al.
I'J. Stmd.iy School were eiiierlalncil.
Tho o oiling wan spent by Indulging
in harmless games mid music, fol
lowing which n two.courso ltinclicoii
of Jam 7
iHRiH'-3&& '. ' YlfcLfl
JKJ5 I'Ibm "fBBTsyfJJBl
was, sqivodi A few mluiitus boforo
twelve o'clock the guests repaired to
the ,M. K. Church to toll out the old
niiq ring; jn Uw ncwtyciir, after .which
they, rctttrncd to ,thc Alarkwlth homo
to exchange happy Now Years' greet.
IngH to all and to thank thc hostess
es for the,, pleasant evening they had
spoilt,, ' v
An !nt,erctlng series of revival
mcc,tlngH aio hcliig held at thc Af. 11.
church jit Hepburn, conducted by the
pastor, Rev. G. Af. AtcNecly. The
meetings, commenced last Sunday
evening mid will 'continue for about
u days. The pastor Is being aB.
e, d 8lnco Wednesday evening by
Rev ''rank Hlgl-co, of Oltiwa. Ohio,
for at pastor or thc l.altuo Al. 13.
cfjreh. Tho lntcjest taken In the
meetings I3 on tho Incrpape and 0110
conversion has been rc)0-tpd so far.
Thc outlook Is very encouraging and
a success in the revival Is expected.
The .Misses Dayte and J.uhi Alarkey
entertained a number of friends at
their country home, two and ono.half
lUllcs southeast or LaRUe, Friday ev
ening. Tho evening' was spent with
iiui-de nnd various other .amussnu'iits.
one fenttiro of wiilcli was a guc3slug
contest, In which Horry Doll won the
prize. At a late hour light refresh,
nieuts of Ice cieun ami cake, pop
corn balls and aplcs were hcrved.
Alary Lenox Chapter, Order of Hist,
crn Stars, hold their rcgulnr liuUI
latlon of ottlrcrs Tuesday evouliig of
tho present week. Tho meeting was
attended by a largo number of mem.
bcrs, and proved to bo a very Inle--estlng
one. After thc work of liMnl.
latlon had been (ompletcd nu hour of
wielal enjoyment was Indulged In.
Airs. S. K. Henderson and ilaugti
icr Eva. entertained a party of
trlcuds New Yeara night. In honor roi
Hoc and Airs. H. W. Kohr, or Clyde
Ohio, Tlio evening m spent In so.
clal chat and reminiscences. He
freilimentH were served and all re.
tiu-ncd home remembering a very
pleasant, evening well spent.
Miss Ilnttlu )'hlnr entertained a
party ol young people .i the I). K.
Drake homo on .Monday evening. Tho
object or the hostess was lo woIcoiud
the. New Vear in a most happy
fashion by entertaining with a pio-
grcsslvo heart paity. The bouse was
tastily decorated with liciiit made
of cardboard ami during tho evening
light refreshments weio sorved. by
A watch party was bold at the
home of Air. ami Mrs. A. F. .Marsh
Monday ovnlng. Their guests- were.
Dr. ami AIrs.vHcbscr, .Mr. and Airs.
Slantcr, Air. and Mrs. Facklor, Rev.
and Airs, llus'-aril and sou. Air. nnd
Airs. Lingo. Air. and Aliv. Rlsb, Air.
and Mrs. .Miller, Air, and .Mis. La.
Rue, Air. iindAIrs. R. 11. Uell. Air
and Airs Lung. .MrnfMrCuiiucll .and
Air. Sylor. After nu evening of fun
ami u delightful Iiineji. they 'wce
seen wending their way homeward 1
about 1:.0 o'clock with happ."
thoughts of the New Year
.Misa ar.in iirowor, ot narpstor. re
turned home Saturday,' nfler visiting
for 11 week with relntivos and frlcuds.
111 LnRuO.nild Vlcllllty. ,
Allw Delia Gray, of .Marlon, spent
last, i-ruiay anu baturuay the guest
of Mrs. May Reynolds, Airft. L. G,
.opoinnu anu ,mis. wni. uraKo.
.Mantor' Arthur Mcoro nnd Mster,
Aary, qf Harpstcr. icturncd homo ,
i-rlday of last, week after 11 weeks
visit wllh. iclullvca in Laltuo and
Airs. Manda Huff retuvued to Ala.
rloii,, Wcdiietdjy evening, after a
pleasant visit with Jier brother, and,
Hlster-lu.law, Air. .and Air. D. K.,
Drake, on Soutli street.
Airs, Samuel Allen, of southwcsl
of l,own. was In Marlon the gtiotit of
frou(U Wednesday (
I'riu Hell, who Is employed l.n .Ma-,
lion, vlblled over .Sunday wjlh hid
family on North High .street.
Ruv. and Mra.i(,Jf A. Sutton, of
West Maptfield. wore entertained at
the homo of Air. and Air. "SV. F.
K.nirrln on East Vino strcot,
.urn. A. II. I 'avis and ,tvo child,
ron, of, Marlon, cumo to Laltnu, Tiles,
day morning to sppml llio day with
rolalltes and friends In L'lHuo nnd
vicinity", h '
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
tTliq.Dunliar Company, niilslsUng ot
amulo quartet and , bull rliigers. Is
tiiy upxt attr.iciion, 011 inu v., Al.uu
A Lectin 0 CoiirHe',iand appeals hero
r-t, ,...!.. .....I ......t.... ..t I...... n.ltl
III-.M. , Willi -l.l CVl'UIII UL V,-,F W, l J
Church, whoie thu coursu Is b"lng
held. .. w,m
Till) ,ci,ii)Hii IS. nov UIIOWR tiHW
coasto coaM, and Is coii.ddeicd tbcif(,r nmiJ. j ,,,., .r, u.imago done
most novql and versatile company , ,,, ( ,., r ,w county U ruiiorlcd
over bvtor.0 the public. It-, combines L.t.y ,aVyt '
n male qiiutlctlo ,,ylili,'h coiiipeleid ' . , ,
rltles luivo piououucjmI cqiial to the
hestMwlio-i icperh-p lliclii)c,s songs
for every tnst.e, 1111U wlip j)liy such
iuubIu, upon a peal of 'more tlan oiuj
hundred or tho tl,ivsj, Enjhil ,,haud,
bulls ever iirule. as lias novcr been
played hiirtii bnllIMfdrO." Thu (Oih.'
I any also often an. Instrumental Irlo,
. " r b is A"l 1
i Jlltl il H r
: Creation o
f WtlMn out c
,. ' -I'-h-?
capable, of clnu'uetcr sketches. Such Is
the Dunbar Company," and If the
plaudits of the entire lycouui public
havo ,nny significance, they xpcik for
the excellence of these features. They
can please any nudlonco. .Ralph
Dunbar, tho violoncellist, Is a special
feature of tho company. He Is nu
artist who has won pronounced flip
,cc)s ax a solohit with tho late Jesdo
Mnrtlctt Davi and other artists, and,
ns 0110 critic has said, "has enough
music in hi in to mal-o an entire quar
tette." Harry Dunbar Is a natural
reader and humorist, who has never
been spoiled by any school of ora
tory, and his character wok gives
a pleasing, variety to the program.
This copipauy has had the most re.
mnrkable tour of any concert com.
pany. Where most has been expected
of them, they have made their gicat
et successes. In tho season of 1001
l!Uu, they filled a hundred and ninety,
two, engagements, giving nine num..
hers to each program and an average
pf fourteen encores to each evening,
nlnklug four thousand, four hundred
fourteen public Lows. In addition
to this strenuous winter season they
filled twelve weeks at the summer (
Chnatauquas, nnd It Is safe to yaj th.it !
110 company lias ever before had siHi
Including the Dunbar company,
tl;;ro remain et oil the Course four
uiimbcrx, and at a meeting of the
committee yesterday It was agreed to
sell tho seat-on tickets for tb ic
malnder or the season at the regular
The Individual nunibcis will (ost
ns usual, llfty cents, admitting to 11
Originally, I ho Young .Men's
Christian As-odallon was a religious,
club; and Is yet; onl that It 111 111
ir.lH Its-elf In Its acthltles In a dirf.
erent form. In other words, icllglon
chiefly directs the club's work with.
In. and does not appear overmuch.
It's icllglon Is not tlicorctb"il, replete
with theological discussions, but
eminently practical ami helpful and
of 1 character that appeals to men.
The Association Is Intented lu men
cspcelallj young men and Is Inter
ested In the pioblems and difficulties
of their everyihy life null In the holu.
Hon of llies-e problems.
During the month or January, the
Sunday Club of the As,soelatlou will
conduct 11 erlos or noellng. for men,
(jnisMliig of aibliessus by Rev. ll
1011 C. I'lutt, with special music at
esu'b meeting, dealing with tlie Llfo
l'loblcms of thu Young Man. This !
Is n splendid series of addresses and
all men, especially young' men. should
plan to hear helpful, Inspiring ad
drchhcs. AH the meeting begin nr
.".:0 p. m.
Tlio. subject for tuuioriow. nftcrnouu
Is, '-Tho Young Alan and Ills Home."
i.Musle will be furnished by the Y,
Al. C. A. 1 toys' Quartet.
,T tho ,,fol,Iu lf ,..,.. 0l,. mid
vlclultv and to whom this ma
,' I)1.,,tn , ".i,.!!..,,,. ,. i(.ir i
Maron, Ohio, some time In thq near
future 0 Allti.TlImanlsm on thc
, . rIv0K(, ,0 b 0uiv for
fnr mi(, , ha1C0 , tho Uai0
jf uto Ull(cr tho stnrs ,, 8lrlW,.
1, m i .11p11r11
Ut I1IUI1 flllLn
j Streams Throughout County
arc Slowly Falling.
Much Damage Has Resulted in the ;
Low Lands Which Have Been ;
Covered with rVater , '
A few hours of sunshine Friday ha-l 1
a wondqrrul cffei-l oil '.be flooded 1
Mreaius of tho county, nnd this morn. ,
lug conditions along each, which was
yory ..crlous .yesterday, aro mucli lnt-
PCOW'd. , .
Kiom all paits ol" the coijiity. It is
reported that tho water Is slowly
iccvdlng and wllh thu presepL clear
weather, po furtl or daiuago Is an
ticipated. ,T,lie floods which have Kiibipcrgcd
many htuaro miles or coiiulry, aie
said by vld inhabitants, to bo wors 1
,,,.. .. 11...1 illiv .m, exourlenced
TRAVELING VIA 0. D. & M
,'ilirougli tickets aio, now 'n alu
to central, castein, t,odhui'i, wcl
0111 and suiilh-wcslcru poiuls in
Ohio. Imiuiiu for saiuu al Ihe Inter
in ban Ticket Of fife. If means ' sav
ing" to you. v llMS-tf
THE LA JESSES
In a Great Coatortion
W. M. HYDE
I OPEN ALL
Beginning Monday night, Jan,
FOR YOUR BENEFIT,
open all night. This Is for your benefit. Wo do not expect?'
to realize- any prof in so doing- as the extra expense will .
more than balance thV litttlo profit there may be in it. But
ottr ambition is to s'er the publjo at all' times. If you aro
taken sick in the ni"ht, it know and your phydlcian knows
that most thoroughly cquVpcd Drug Store in the' city is
open, in charge of compete iuiicn ready at a moment's' notice
to supply your wants' -Iii facVwo are doing all in our pow
er to civo you compotont up-to-irttc, 20th. century service
Such a.i you 'have never hid
to 9 o'clock P. M.
j The tteadley Drug. Co.
GIRL STAYS ANGRY
l:or Quarter of Century She lias lx-'
nored Pn liter Who. Unite Her j
l.ovcr Away. 1
The vow taken by the beautiful Caro
line Osboru tweiily-llvii jears ago '
when 11 stein father foibado her mar- '
riago to her betrothed, that shu would .
inner look upon or s-peak lo 1111111 again. ,
lias been kept so religiously all lbee
years that (be fow leninlnlng people of
the once prosperous village of JlaUer- !
Villi', In thc Lilchllcld bills, near Wa 1
torbur.v, Conn., po longer regard her
with eurloslly. They hae eoiiif to re 1
spect thu sad consistency of the re-
eluse Whose beauty bus Slowly wither-'
ed under the bllghtjng Influence of bur "
Th".i ,sn,v 1m l'.akervillc that "Callle"
tisborn, as sho Is known, wilt go lo the
grave without taking the slightest no
the of the existence of the father
whose opposition tp her marriage war-
pdher mmiI and caused her to leiiouuce
Hie world. He passed fiom her life
thai fateful Christmas eve a quarter
ot a century ago when, lu terrible an
ger, he ordered hvr sweetheart, Walter
Lumpklnx, from his door and told him
never lo seek his daughter again.
Albeit Ostium, tbo fnlber, is now seventy-six
years old, ami If hn has ever
regretted the net ho lias not givon sign
t It to Ids neighbors. The daughter
lives In the snine house with her fa
ther, hut lu xeparate ii'iiituieiils, til
Is seldom seen upon tlio street. When
she i.loes appear ihe Is always veiled
and hooded. She novcr looks at a man.
",?? 'ANUARY may find
will require a bond. Uon t ask your mends to goon your
bonb when you can get better securily, at such a trifling
cost, by securing- a bond through us.
Wo lurnish probate, insolvency, judicial, fidelity ancl
miscellaneous bonds ol every description. jti
No. 1 1 0
HAVE YOU THE RIGHT TIME? "
Unless your watcli lias been llioroughly cleaned and oiled wiln
in eiglilccu months, it can't lie absolutely depended upon.
Tiny particles of grit ro boutd to work into the niovcment, niid(
ilnle.ss removed will servo toNcrind and cut thu delicately adjuslpjl,
iiots. - 1 ,-f
Our method of cleaning iusino's tlioroughiiess. Tho inoveinciit Ji
taken aparl, each. piece, is eluiiuedVipiiriitely mid when .you get' your
watch back, it's in as good coiimliiuuh when it Toft the factory, 11
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A GOOD START-Ih lialf thc
have a whole yoar of rojoicinif.
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WE LOAN nionoy on hoiiKeiiold goods, and all portional proporty.
WE LOAN' you on your plain imtr1f employed by a rollaMo
firm. I ,
WE LOAN chcipor tlmany otlicr company lu tho stato. ,No.
bankers red taBoo delay. Yon get thc money on an hour.'j)
notice. Btrfct privacy, Open
l'Jl L-'a Eaat Center at.
Matinee Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, 2:30 p. m. 10c.
Free souvenir iven anyone
attendiofi matiaees cem
menclnii next week.
7th, wc will keep our store
chavjo from 7 o'clock A. M.
n I lllitinf iiiiiT
The Hqulre'o Lady-1 haven't secu'
old Coorgu Glbbs about lately. Wll
Ham Mieio Is hu? ,
William -Oil, 'o 'ad a ow wT 'li
lior'.'jgb council nnd left 'Is Job.
(1'aiis.e.) An' If Ihey ain't careful next
tlilng'll bo they'll lose 1110 tool-By-Btaudcr.
lie Kik-iv llrllrr.
"Ycry pleasant out this way now
Isn't II V" growled the sarcastic, Mr
HackloU as bo plowed tbiough tb(V
snow and mud. ,
"Not very, to bu sure," icplled SulR
bubs, "but there's one comfort about
"Huh! What a cheerful liar you
lire!" Philadelphia Press, ,V
you in a new position, possibly ybif
A South Main Street. '
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